Scalable Multiplayer Games with Yan Cui

Remember when the best game you could play on your phone was Snake? In 1998, Snake was preloaded on Nokia phones, and it was massively popular. That same year Half-Life won game of the year on PC. Metal Gear Solid came out for Playstation. The first version of Starcraft also came out in 1998. In 1998, few people would have anticipated that games with as much interactivity as Starcraft wouldContinue reading...

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Decentralized Objects with Martin Kleppman

The Internet was designed as a decentralized system. Theoretically, if Alice wants to send an email to Bob, she can set up an email client on her computer and send that email to Bob’s email server on his computer. In reality, very few people run their own email servers. We all send our emails to centralized services like Gmail, and connect to those centralized services using our own client—a browserContinue reading...

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Interview with Joshua Aziz (Part 2)

Interview with Joshua Aziz (Part 2)

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Serverless Applications with Randall Hunt

Developers can build networked applications today without having to deploy their code to a server. These “serverless” applications are constructed from managed services and functions-as-a-service. Managed services are cloud offerings like database-as-a-service, queueing-as-a-service, or search-as-a-service. These managed services are easy to use. They take care of operational burdens like scalability and outages. But managed services typically solve a narrow use case. You can’t build an applicat

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Data Science Mindset with Zacharias Voulgaris

A company’s approach to data can make or break the business. In the past, data was static. There was not much data, it sat in Excel, and it was interacted with on a nightly or monthly basis. Now, data is dynamic, real time and huge. To tap into available data, many industries have oriented themselves to becoming data intensive. With many new industry sectors becoming data driven, a new fieldContinue reading...

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Interview with Joshua Aziz (Part 1)

Interview with Joshua Aziz (Part 1)

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154: Internal Documentation

Show Description We've recently changed what we're using for our internal documentation and notes, and in the process we had a chance to clean up and organize it in a way that makes way more sense. Show Links Notion Gitlab CodePen Support CodePen Pro CodePen Meetups CodePen on Twitter CodePen on Facebook CodePen on Flickr […]

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SE-Radio Episode 311: Armon Dadgar on Secrets Management

Armon Dadgar speaks to Matthew Farwell about Secrets Management. The show covers: what a secret is; the difference between secrets and sensitive data; what is secrets management; the different types of secrets; key management; auditing of secrets; implementing secrets management.   Related Links Vault Project Kerwhiz Armon Dadgar HashiCorp SE-Radio Episode 290: Diogo Mónica on […]

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277: The Story of Visual Studio Code with Julia Liuson, Chris Dias, andn PJ Meyer

We're back in NYC at Microsoft Connect(); talking about the backstory of Visual Studio Code with Julia Liuson (Corporate Vice President of Visual Studio), Chris Dias (Principal Program Manager of Visual Studio and .NET), and PJ Meyer (Product Manager). We talk about the beginnings of the Visual Studio product line, how Microsoft missed the internet, how the community is judging Microsoft and looking at them with a very old lense, how Visual Studio Code evolved from leasons learned with their clo

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